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    yess everyone lissen to the man, mark out before or if u dont wanna risk it u can see in the pic i posted use velcro body mounts.
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    http://www.driftcity.org/forum/index.php

    is the most active/relevant RC drift site for qlders.

    OZRC does have both ta05 and tb03s in stock, but i got mine from O.S. (bought everything else at ozrc though)

    my ESC is programmable, so i can set the cut off to suit my lipos. 3.2v/cell
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    I agree with what's been said before here but yeh the TA05 is a very good chassis. It surpasses the TT01 by miles in terms of cost and adjustability. I had the TA05IFS version with some mods and it was great.

    And Slydar, R/C's has come along way since the hey days when I began. You got brushless systems that are standalone and fully programmable. When I first got my ESC with a potentiometer (a knob you turn to adjust the power) I was over the moon lol.

    And heres' another pic


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    ^^ R34 GTR Z-Tune looks TUFF!

    I love how you made the intercooler out of cardboard LOL! It works well too.

    The oil cooler intercooler piping and the tow hook looks nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by AE092 View Post
    Hi Jamie,

    If I was you, I'd ditch the HPI RX-7 and get the Tamiya one It comes with the light buckets as well as the properly moulded wing: None of that lexan crap.

    As for the wheels, yeh I had to paint the time attack lip on it. Once I did it and posted it up, everyone else seem to follow suit so that sucks.

    As for the "bling" kit, HPI sells the accessories pack which includes the exhaust and intercooler
    Yeah I should ditch the RX7 but I already cut it out LOL!

    I probably just keep it, paint it up and use it as a practice bashing shell... That's 1 expensive bashing shell for like $50+ LOL!

    I should not bother painting it then...

    I probably just end up getting the Tamiya RX7 as the molding of the shell is just so much better.

    Light Buckets? So it comes with Bucket Seats? Proper molded wing FTW!

    Yeah I'd follow you too, on how you did the wheels, cuz TE37 Time Attack looks GREAT! At what you did.

    I will give the local hobby store a call and see if they got bling kits in this week.

    Cool!
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    Yeh Tamiya kits nowadays come with lightbuckets front and rear and they come with little "holders" that holds the LED's in.

    As for cost, most of my bodies get close to the $150 mark lol

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    that is the car i have. I took all the stickers off and slammed it need better wheels

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    how is it silver styler??

    im thinking of just gettin the same tt01 coppermix s15 kit to begin with, as much as id love to get a tb03 or ta05, i cant justify the costs, when im sure the tt01 will do fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRFTR86 View Post
    how is it silver styler??

    im thinking of just gettin the same tt01 coppermix s15 kit to begin with, as much as id love to get a tb03 or ta05, i cant justify the costs, when im sure the tt01 will do fine.
    straight out of the box sliding fun! i reckon ment it. good base to start buying wheels and other parts.

    i took my out of the box pulled the stickers off while charging my battery and once charged skided it! easy to use

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    u buy a ready to drive kit by the sounds of it, im thinking of just buying the chassis kit, and starting from there

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    yeah ready to drive isIt is a good car

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